The circle of life might seem an abstract idea but it holds true for a lot of things, especially when it comes to fashion. Something that was trending yesterday might not trend today but it will be in fashion again tomorrow. We keep reinventing things we know worked and modify it to suit the current taste of the people but the essence remains the same. With the trend of palazzos and long tops in full swing, it feels like a déjà vu for the people who have been a part of the 80's and these are the same things with different names. There are a lot of other trends which have returned and here are some of them.
Huge hoop earrings were the in trend during the 1980s. Inspired from TV shows like Dynasty and other pop figures adorning it, it became an accessory, which was a must-have. The size of the earrings help in framing your face giving it a very sophisticated look and it looked well on all kinds of outfits. The trend has returned with minor modifications, which just add to the glamor factor.
Parachute pants are made of synthetic material with a lot of zippers. They are comfortable for dancers and all the zippers are great to go bag-less for the day. We have seen cargo pants, which also had those zippers but now we see the return of parachute pants.
Patterned Silk Shirts
The era of the prints has returned. And it wasn't long ago the silk variety of patterned shirts made a comeback too. What might have seemed too loud once has now transformed with subtle prints, giving it a sophisticated look that makes for a fun formal look.
White Long Dresses
We know that our love for the LBD is unwavering and forever. But there is another day-wear version of it and it's none other than the white long dresses, which impart an angelic look. They are ideal for a day out and also for warm evenings.
Oversized tops and Leggings
This combo should never get out of fashion. The comfort quotient with this combo is unmatched and if done well, they also manage to look super-cool and are ideal for casual wear.
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